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WTNIKQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. WEDNESDAY, FED. 16, 1910 J
FEBBUABT 17, 18 AND 19
DRAMATIC, MUSICAL AND ATHLETIC PROGRAM
PRICES $1, 75o., 60e. and 25c.
. Seats on Sale at Bcrgstrom Music Company
SWBf it LI,1 BL'HIt. rX" -ic 'lmi M fWRJilll
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1910 MODELS JUST ABBIVED.
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HEALAHIS AND MYBTLES
IN GOOD FORM
Strawberry Crew Beat "Scrubs" in
Race Yesterday Afternoon All
Hen Are in Excellent Condition
for Bacet. ,
Yesterday afternoon crews from
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WE GUARANTEE OUB GOODS v
:. F. Peter will, as Usual, Look
After the Bikes Motorcyclei to
Take' Part in Parade on Tues
Amdnr the most attractUe fea-
both the Uealanl and Myrtle boat tures of thn Floral Parade on Tues-
sheds were out on the harbor, and day next will bejhy bicycle section,
the form shown by all the men was which will be under the control of
really good. jr. F. Peter. The machines, to" the
The Uealanl strawberry crew number of a doxon'or bo. will be In
which Is to race against the Myrtle line, and they will all be decorated
bunch on Sunday next took a short in original fashion. Two or three
spin with the scrub bunch, which motorcycles will also probably run
who were taken In hand by Scroggy. out to tho ground .with the cyclists,
was composed it a lot of youngsters ond'somethlng nqvel Is promised in
The scrubs were defeated In the lm- the way of decorations.
prumpiu race oy a smau margin. Last year the cyclists had some
JOHN "Md CANDLESS
SPEAKS STRAIGHT OUT
Club Will Not Develop Into Merely
Aoneymanng uoneern Haior
ity of Members Vote Amateur
Work or Nothing.
It Is a matter for congratulation
that the Outrigger Club members
stuck to their guns as .regards ama
teurism and declared at their meet
ing yesterday that their association
would be run tor pleasure and sport,
and thafMhe club should not de
velop Into merely a boathouie where
professionals would practically hire
out their canoes and Bervltes to the
That was never the Intention of
the few amateurs who banded to-
mm iiiie us
mm m men
The Healanl strawberry crew Is exhibits, and besides machines. gether to form the Outrlner Club
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snowing goon form, and they get decorated with flowers there were
through the water In hne shape. 'iue many grotesque animals and fish
man hlHn. , (a.Ih- -t.eitA i "
during the last few days of training,
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and the Myrtles will have all their
work cut out to pace It with the
representatives of the rival club. ,
On Sunday afternoon there will
be a really good afternoon's sport
and the three races that are to be
rowed will cause a lot of excite
ment along the waterfront. The
Myrtle and Healnul joathovises will
be thrown open to visitors, and the
spacious lanals will no doubt be
crowded with spectators. The scene
will be much like that on the occa
sion of the annual regatta, and It Is
expected that JubI as big' a crowd
wlilroli up to watch the races.
Besides the race between the
strawberry crews of both clubs, there
will be shell and Dair-oar events.
LThese races' wl be fiercely contest
ed, ana it is nsra to say in advance
which crewg will win.
Captain 'h. conkllng of the Hea
tanIs'lsleav1ng"no stona unturned
In order tfciet his club Into good
shape, and the effects of bis wore
sjre becoming manifest every day.
The captain Is very keen on the row
ing proposition, and has awakened
the Interest of a lot of the veterans
at the sport.
The shell race that has been pro
posed to take place between begin
ners at rowing should cause a lot
of amusement, and a special prize
will be offered for the boat that goes
the longest distance without capsiz
ing. There should be some tun when
the greenhorns step Into the shells
.,fc j i i i i use a
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.rssssssssssssr sXT' ajfcil
MANUEL F. PETER,
'n nan a mm mtrn T- a IhSahJa
to be a place where the ancient
sports of the Hawallans would be
preserved, and the art of surhng
taught to the youth of the city,
John A. McCandless voiced the
opinion of all the lovers of amateur
sport whei) he spoke as follows at
the meeting yesterday:
"Better disorganize the club right
hero, than give anyone' who makes
money out of canoeing a right to
vote or hold office In the club. It
means that a few of the members
(who are making a good thing at
paddling will gain ascendency over
the lounger members and make
trouble that he may gain some of
fice. That Is Inevitable. New
members will see that there Is
I money to be, made out of a tourist
by paddling htm through the waves
and tha exampje can have but one
result, the1 monsy-tnaklng boys in
lcon(rol, atd the club diverted from
i(ie purposes ipr7rima u is orBHn-
irTfleaiia. .pjpasure.ana ins pres
ervation 'of Hawajfap water sports:
Iet us reraaib'ttnattur, or 1st us to
out of existence."
As long as the sentiment of the
majority of the members Is ss ex-
Who Will Be In Charge of the Isyele
Section of the Floral Paced.'
represented In the parade.' This preMe(1 0i jhe .meetlng at the Com'
year wauy ui me mvas vuai ar? lin
ing carried out are most original,
but it would not be fair to dlvuKe
what the cyclists are doing in the
way of fitting ouU their Machines.
There are many hundreds, It n?i
thousands, of bicycles 'in yito city,
and It would seem that a dozen Is
a small number tobe represented In
the parade. However, the biachtnes
nnrl mmt nrnhnhlv m not ni, Ihn that Will follOW the line Of march
one side quicker than they entered will be all worth looking at, and It
on the other.
PEOPLE who like f , ,
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and who overlook quantity in their purchases, will do well
to try buying at this market. Quality is first with us, and
we do not charge for it.
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Is to be hoped that the big fish that
was In last year's parade will once
merclal Club yesterday, so long will
the Outrlgker Club rank with the
really pure amateur sports of this
city. Tennis, golf, polo and surfing
are amateur enough for tanybojy.
The men who indulge In these
sports do n6t ask spectators to pay
money at gates In order that tennis
rackets, golf clubs, ponies or any
other necessary articles be provided
for them without any expense of
There was quite an argument at
the meeting, and much was said by
more pedal Its way out along Kins bolh BdM i tne controversy, Still.
street, and that the ptllkla that it,the men who are for rea amateur
met with last time will be avoided jgport won outp an(1 that a good
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Nigel Jackson Is working hard on
the Haletwa 'Marathon race scheme,
Hoogs and Richards Will Meet'and " wi not bl ult " tno
HitChCOCk and Humphreys anair noes noi come on. iwo oiuor
Good Match Is Anticipated! race" for motorcycles and ordlnarv
", bikes will also be run off on the
Yesterday afternoon the PunahouJsame day, and Jackson feels coofl-
tennis tournament was advanced an. dent that a special train will be ar-.
other step, and the semi-finals were 'ranged for. The races are billed'
played off. The wet weather has 'for March 27, and If anything like
interfered a lot with the play, and last year's, there will be some good
thing for the Outrigger Club,
(tUIIIV CLUB Will IE
EHFEfE 01 ti
It was only after several postpone
ments that the match could be re
sumed. Hoogs and Richards, hav
ing defeated Hitchcock and Hanson
In the, semi-finals, will now have to
meet R. Hitchcock and K. Hum
phrey In the finals on Friday next.
Hoogs and Richards are a strong
pair, and they should go very near
to winning out In the flnal Hitch
cock and his partner, however, will
surely put up a great fight betorn
the final set Is decided, and the
match should be well worth watch
ing. Tennis Is on the boom" every
where, and It Is easily seen that the
visit of Long and McLoughlln Is
bearing fruit. The local standard is
Improving a lot, and the younger
players are theonesjthat are comlnn
a)ong.qulckly at the game.
The Columbia Boys will, through
the courtesy of Colonel Jones of tho
N, O. H., be allowed to use the
shooting gallery as a camping place
during their stay In Honolulu. TnU
will be more comfortable than sleep
sport and a .good tlmo''fpr every-
IADE STRONG BY USING.
Autos Will Visit Club Afte Parade
Is Pan Links Are in Excellent
Condition Much Golf Nowa
Yoneo Aral Chosen Second Assistant
at Meeting of Student Council
Several Other Japanese Are
Playing Good Ball.
BOSTON, Mass , Friday. Yonco
Aral, a Japanese student in the sopho
more class at Harvard, was approved,
as second assistant manager of tho
baseball team by the student council.
In appointing Aral to the manager
ship of an nthlcllc team the athletic
management has established a new
precedent. Never within tho memory
of the present generation, and perhaps
never In the history or athletics In
Cambridge, has a foreign student suc
ceeded In quallflng for n position of
The second assistant managership
loads to .the managership, senior year,
and to that position considerable hon
or attaches. As second as-lstant man
ager Aral will do most of tho work
which 'falls to the managers.
The competition was conducted on
the elimination plan. In which' candi
dates aro dropped. Several American
students went out .for the position
which Aral finally secured.
Aral Is a natlvo Jap, but lives in
Riverside, Conn. Ho prepared for col'
lego at St. OeorRc'B school, Newport.
He Is a member of tho Cosmopolitan
Club, which has club rooms In IIol
Both tho Japanpso and tho Chlnr-c
havo been particularly active In under
graduate affairs this year. Two Chi
neso snd'one Jap played on the soccer
team last fair and will be out again In
the spring. The Chinese are En-Mlns
Ho, '11, of Canton; Sung Chun, '10, or
Shanghai, and the Jap is Noboyo
Masuda. '12, of Toklo. The latter Is
very small but nevertheless Is able.
ho)d hlsvown jwlntt the larEermc;
on me soccer now. r -
Another Japanese who Is coming
Into promlnenco Is C. Mat 111 ma, who
won the silver cup offered by Dr. Sar
gent, of tho Hemenwny gymnaum
to the man making the largest number
of points In the notice gymnastic meet
held last December. Though this Is
his first year In the university, ho la
registered In the sophomoro class, as
he Is entered after spending a year
at Yalo. Ho propared, nt Phillips Ex
eter Academy, '
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If Princeton University has, as ru
mored, a sprinter who can cover 100
yards In 0 2-3 seconds, they certain
ly have n wonder. Walker, tho
young South African, would be hard
put to beat such a runner. The.
man who Is alleged to have run the
hundred and six yards Inside "evens'
may or may not have performed the
feat, but In many cases the timers
make mistakes, .the course, Is n few
yards short, or the man runs duwn
an Inclined track. Starting a utoo
watch by pressure of the ball of the
thumb Is not the right dope, any
how, and a fraction of second Is
easily gained that way. The nail
of the thumb or something hard Is
the only way to properly catch tho
flash of the gun and thus If elec
trical timing machines are not In
use get the exact time over any
MISS EVA ALVA
Song and Acrobatio Dance Artist
HABBY WEIL ;.
Beturning from a Two Years' En
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On the afternoon of Floral Parade
Day there will be a great gathering
of golfers and their friends at the
Country Club, and It Js expected that
just as many automobiles as last
year will take a run out to the club
and watch the play. ,
Last year's cr6wd at the links was
a tremendous one. and It Is antlcl
pated that as there are far more ma
chines In the city now, the turnout
will be a very larae one.
The links are looking. at their best
now. and extensive Improvements
have been made.' The professional
llius everything In first-class order,
and several changes that he sug
jgested have been made with great
Every Sunday there Is a big
crowd of golfers at the club, and
In the evenings many a party takes
a run out there also. The steward
sleeps at the clubhouse now and Is
always available when people call.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi StreeUfo, i
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SUNDAYS 10 TO 19.
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of mosquito netting, showing an al
leged lots to tho government of more
than $800,000, aro said to have been
discovered at Now Orlenns, La. The
grand Jury Investigation now In pro
gress Is said to affect government of'
flclals and merchants.
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